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What are you listening to?

tomcat Plus
10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2014 8:22PM

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This:- my 14 year old nephew who wrote this himself and a local studio in Bournville have recorded it for him. Really proud of him and it would be really great for him if some of you could like it for him - of course......I'm totally biased!!!

pablophotographer 4 522 217
6 Jun 2014 11:52AM
Petite Fleur


Dedicated to Douglas Bronwlie, Marketing Guru and saxophonist
pablophotographer 4 522 217
11 Jun 2014 9:10PM
Howling Wolf

meet me at the bottom (bring my running shoes)

Eviscera 9 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2014 9:23PM
Whatever you want ish
shutter speed 11 369 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2014 8:38AM

Quote:Whatever you want ish
That is a great link Evi Smile

Listening to Caro Emerald
pablophotographer 4 522 217
26 Jun 2014 1:31PM
Cigarettes and whiskey and wild, wild women

27 Jun 2014 7:10PM
I always thought that Elvis was the only one to listen to singing In the Ghetto then I heard this one........WOW!!!

In The Ghetto
JJGEE 10 6.6k 18 England
23 Jul 2014 11:22AM
Going through my music collection and am currently listening to a Country Hits compilation album... I Walk The Line ( Johnny Cash ), A Rhinestone Cowboy ( Glen Campbell )

Got my foot tapping along with the music Smile
oldblokeh 4 994 United Kingdom
23 Jul 2014 12:53PM
Doors at Eight, a live album from Peter Knight's Gigspanner . Went to see them last night at Tewkesbury and they were excellent. Gispanner comprise Peter Knight, wizard of the fiddle, ex-Steeley Span, joined by Vincent Salzfass on the congas and Roger Flack on semi-acoustic guitar.

We were treated last night to this brilliant piece:

peterjones 13 4.2k 1 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2014 3:30PM
Fans in my PC on overdrive atm.
dpr59 Plus
1 514 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2014 7:37PM
Just rediscovered Chris Rea.

Forgotten what a wonderful voice he had.

n8trm 8 4.5k United Kingdom
26 Jul 2014 4:55PM
Family were Ice Cream makers in Redcar
26 Jul 2014 5:20PM
n8trm, Quite correct - cos yi hev brains like aall us Geordies. Rea's ice cream was also purveyed (sold Wink) in our town, as was Seghini's ice cream.
At the moment I am doing a thesis on why all, or 99% of ice cream makers in the UK, were of Italian origin. The only English one I can recall is Wall's ice cream. Perhaps that is a good olde English name, or was it some Roman Legionaire, stationed at Heddon on the Waall, who when demobbed decided to stay and treat the locals to some ice cream ?Tongue

At the moment I am listening to George Jones singing Possum Hollow.
dpr59 Plus
1 514 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2014 5:27PM
For a true Geordie, I've alway enjoyed Lindisfarne, Meet Me On The Corner. A true classic.

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